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Foreign Minister Zakharova Discusses Sanctions Imposed on Lvova Belova


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Moscow, March 17 – Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said the sanctions and harassment against Maria Lvova Belova, the Ombudsman for Children, are signs of the dehumanization of liberal dictatorships.
“Who would have thought even 15 years ago that caring for, rescuing and treating children in the West would become a criminal punishment. But everything has moved towards this. Secondly, the perverted interpretation of juvenile law, the destruction of the institution of the family, the replacement of ‘mother’ and ‘father’ by the degenerate terms ‘parent a’ And “Parent B”, propaganda of homosexuality among minors – all these are not unfortunate incidents, but widespread policy in NATO-centric countries, “she wrote in her telegram channel.
At the same time, Zakharova noted, those countries that, like Hungary, for example, are trying to resist within the coalition, are experiencing real persecution.

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She stressed that “the sanctions and harassment against Leonid Roshal and Maria Lvova Belova are signs of the dehumanization of liberal dictatorships.”
The Pre-Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court, whose jurisdiction is not recognized by Russia, on March 17 issued a warrant for the “arrest” of Russian President Vladimir Putin and children’s ombudsman Maria Lvova Belova.
Zakharova also stressed that Russia is not a party to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and has no obligations under it. She added, “Russia does not cooperate with this body, and the possible ‘prescriptions’ for arrest coming from the international court will be legally invalid for us.”

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